Hostinicon
GET HOSTING FROM $3.95/MO PLUS A FREE YEAR ON TUTS+ (RRP $180). HURRY OFFER LIMITED. Check it out
Advertisement

Android

  • Android SDK
    Creating a Weather Application for Mars Using VolleyPreview
    90 shares
    In this tutorial, we use what we learnt in the previous article about Volley to create a weather application for Mars. To fetch the weather data, we use the information collected by the Curiosity rover, which is made available to everyone by NASA through the {MAAS} API.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Quick Tip: Add Facebook Login to Your Android AppPicfac
    117 shares
    Facebook Login provides a convenient and secure way for people to log in to an app without having to go through a sign-up process first. In this quick tip, you are going to learn how to add Facebook Login to an Android app using Facebook's latest SDK for Android.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    An Introduction to VolleyPreview
    153 shares
    Volley is a networking library developed by Google and introduced during Google I/O 2013. It allows queuing and firing multiple requests, caching them, and handling different types of results—from JSON to images—with just a few lines of code.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Quick Tip: Authentication with Twitter and FabricPictwit
    125 shares
    In this quick tip, you are going to learn how to use Fabric, Twitter's mobile development platform, to enable people to sign into your Android apps using Twitter.Read More…
  • Android Wear
    Creating an Android Wear Watch FacePreview image@2x
    123 shares
    In December of 2014, Google released an official API for creating custom watch faces for Android Wear. In this article, you're going to learn about the official Watch Faces API for Android Wear and implement a simple digital watch face that you will be able to expand on for your own needs.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    An Introduction to Android's Spelling Checker FrameworkPicspell
    93 shares
    The spelling checker framework allows you to quickly and easily add spell check functionality to your apps. This tutorial first shows you how to use the framework to interact with Android's default spell checker, and then moves on to cover the basics of developing a custom spell checker.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Introduction to the New Lollipop Activity TransitionsMaterialdesign principles metaphor
    150 shares
    One of the most interesting aspects of the Material Design specifications is the visual continuity between activities. This introductory article will guide you through the making of an Android sample app with two activities, linked together by a transition consistent with the Material Design guidelines.Read More…
  • Android SDK
    Using the JobScheduler API on Android LollipopAndroid preview@2x
    205 shares
    In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the JobScheduler API available in Android Lollipop. The JobScheduler API allows developers to create jobs that execute in the background when certain conditions are met.Read More…
  • Android TV
    An Introduction to Android TVPreview image@2x
    165 shares
    Do you want to get a better understanding of Android TV? This introduction will get you up and running with this new platform, from explaining what Android TV is and what its best practices are, right through to creating and testing your very own Android TV sample app.Read More…
  • Android
    Identifying People With Qualcomm's Snapdragon SDKPreview image@2x
    120 shares
    In this tutorial, you'll learn how you can take advantage of Qualcomm's Snapdragon SDK to derive metadata from your photos, giving users new ways to explore their content.Read More…
  • Android Studio
    The Ins and Outs of GradlePreview image@2x
    193 shares
    Is the Gradle build system preventing you from making the leap to Android Studio? This article gets you up and running with Android's new build system, from the basics of what Gradle is and what it does, to an in-depth look at some of the most important Gradle files, to learning how to execute and monitor Gradle tasks directly from the Android Studio user interface.Read More…
  • Swift
    iOS 2014: A Year in ReviewPreview image@2x
    175 shares
    This time last year, I wrote that 2013 was the most significant year since the introduction of the iPhone. Looking back at 2014, it's clear that I'm going to need to reiterate those words. Apple blew us away with announcements, new technologies, and promises. Let's take a few minutes to look back at 2014.Read More…
Advertisement
Advertisement